IMPART is a research training program for graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and clinician or community researchers conducting research in the area of women, gender and addictions. During the program, trainees:
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- work with their IMPART mentor to develop a learning plan that addresses their individual training needs
- complete an online course in the core concepts in gender and addictions
- participate in 8 monthly seminars per year (Sept-May)
- attend an annual IMPART retreat
- engage in trainee-driven, multidisciplinary, collaborative projects
Program Advisory Committee
A Program Advisory Committee (PAC) oversees the development and delivery of the research training program. A team of Mentors, Collaborators and a student representative work together to ensure:
The British Columbia Centre of Excellence for Women's Health administers IMPART and provides support to staff and the Program Advisory Committee.
- the program vision and goals are met
- the curriculum and learning opportunities meet learner's needs
- recruitment strategies reach and attract a diverse audience
- admissions processes and funding guidelines are consistent
- all aspects of the CIHR Program are satisfied, including the evaluation requirements and dissemination of training results
Admission Review Committee
An Admission Review Committee with representatives from the Mentors and Collaborators convene quarterly and are responsible for the admissions process.
This page was last updated on June 22, 2007.